An animated video that uses a humorous, non-lecturing approach to educate adolescents about personal hygiene. An animated cartoon in which two teenagers discover that life is sweeter when 'all of their bits are nice'. Covers basic principles of personal hygiene. Intended for young people of 13+ in part or full-time education, youth groups etc. and for adults at work or in the community.
CD-ROM contents: Powerpoint slideshow -- Speaker's presentation notes -- Animation of the AD process -- Medical illustration files -- Unraveling the Mystery of Alzheimerâ€™s Disease booklet PDF.
The powerpoint slideshow is intended for use by speakers addressing lay audiences, such as community groups or clubs, volunteers or prospective volunteers in programs for older people, members of senior citizensâ€™ centers, and residents of retirement communities.
Keynote speakers, including Dr. Ron Labonte of the University of Ottawa, emphasized the importance of population health and attendees participated in series of dialogue and strategy sessions on topics such as leadership, child development, injury prevention, and healthy eating.
This presentation provides an opportunity to learn about the many components that create food security in a community. Currently, there are eight local Community Food Action Initiative committees across the health authority working to address this key determinant of health.
This video was developed to inspire schools or school districts to foster healthy eating habits among students both in and outside of the school. It covers topics on nutritional education, school lunch periods, vending machines, and fund raising.
Designed for teachers, administrators, counsellors, family support workers and other school-based professionals. The program addresses the problem of children and youth witnessing abuse at home and the resulting impact on their ability to learn.
"Serves as a companion to the Violence is Preventable (VIP) project which links Children Who Witness Abuse community programs with British Columbia schools."
"For children 8-11 years of age who have been exposed to physical and emotional abuse at home. It is a tool to help break the silence on domestic violence, making it safe for children to speak out, explore their feelings and ask for help."